``Lend a handgun'' Suspected of hitting a police officer Arrested 39-year-old suspect Nagoya
On the evening of the 2nd, a 39-year-old man was arrested by the police on suspicion of obstructing the execution of official duties after calling out to two police officers in front of a police box in central Nagoya, saying, "Lend me a gun," and punching him in the face. it was done. Two police officers suffered minor injuries, and the police are investigating the details of the incident, considering that the suspect may have been the one who stole the pistol.
Attention to "Open RAN" Mobile phone base station network
At the world's largest mobile-related exhibition held in Spain, a new initiative called "open RAN" that creates a network of mobile phone base stations at low cost has attracted attention, and Japanese manufacturers are also focusing on sales. I'm here.
Russia claims Ukrainian operatives fired, Ukraine denies
A spokesman for the Russian president's office claimed that measures were being taken to eliminate terrorists, as Ukrainian agents invaded a province in western Russia and shot dead. On the other hand, the Ukrainian side has denied any involvement, saying it was a typical Russian provocation.
Nagasaki Omura Murdered missing woman 14 years ago or arrested suspect living together
Osaka District Court orders Nobunari Oda to compensate for "harming former coach's reputation"
Former Olympic figure skater Nobunari Oda claimed to have been harassed by the former coach of the Kansai University ice skating club, where he was the director, and the Osaka District Court found that there was illegal harassment. I refused and dismissed the complaint. On the other hand, he admitted the lawsuit filed by the former coach for damaging his reputation and ordered Mr. Oda to compensate.
JR Yamanote Line Saikyo Line Shonan-Shinjuku Line restarted operation
Due to the fact that something was caught in the overhead wire on the JR Yamanote Line, the Yamanote Line, Saikyo Line, and Shonan-Shinjuku Line had suspended operation on all lines, but at 8:22 pm, they resumed operation. We have resumed.
Budget proposal for new fiscal year Discuss financial resources and counterattack ability of child-rearing policy Upper House Budget Committee
G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting Plenary discussion continues Gap between countries highlighted again
The G20 = 20 major foreign ministers' meeting held in India had a general discussion on the 2nd, and discussions continued with the situation in Ukraine as the main agenda. However, the gap in the positions of each country has become apparent again, and it is unclear whether the G20 can come up with a unified response.
Russian army may lose many tanks or land battle stalemate due to rising temperature
The Russian military is stepping up its offensive to gain control of eastern Ukraine, but it is believed to have lost many tanks in the fighting. The British Ministry of Defense also points out that rising temperatures in the future will make frozen soil muddy, making it difficult for troops to move, and that the ground battle in the east may be stalemate.
Greece train accident Rescue operations continue Protest demonstrations in front of the operating company
At least 46 people have died in Greece when two trains collide head-on. Protest demonstrations were held in Athens, the capital, following the accident, and there are growing calls for an immediate clarification of the cause of the accident.
Egypt World's largest pyramid Confirmed unknown space for the first time in 186 years
For the first time in 186 years, an international research team including members from Nagoya University has confirmed that there is a previously unknown space within the world's largest Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt, revealing the many mysteries of the pyramid that still remain. expected to lead to
[Commentary] The US Army will provide tanks to Ukraine, suggesting that it may be difficult within the year
The situation in Ukraine remains tense. The provision of fighter planes is attracting attention as military assistance to Ukraine. (The video is 4 minutes and 14 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
“Delivery” can also be auto-locked Major companies cooperate What is the background?
Unacceptable baggage. Repeated requests for redelivery while feeling guilty...The percentage of such parcels remains high. There is a serious labor shortage in the logistics industry, and it is estimated that by 2030, 35% of packages will not be able to be transported. Under such circumstances, a major online shopping company and a major condominium management company have decided to cooperate to expand the introduction of a system that enables “delivery” in auto-lock condominiums. What is the purpose? And what is the current state of the logistics industry?
Isahaya Bay Reclamation Lawsuit Confirmed ``Invalid'' for Gate Opening
Twenty-six years ago, the Supreme Court of Japan rejected an appeal by the fishermen who were in a position to open the sluice gate of the embankment that had been shut off during the reclamation project in Isahaya Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture, and ordered the government to open the gate. The decision to invalidate the judgment was finalized. Regarding this drainage gate, there were conflicting final judgments, "order to open gate" and "prohibition of opening gate", and the judicial judgment was twisted, but it was virtually settled in the direction of "not to open".
Saitama junior high school teacher cut high school student arrested "interested in indiscriminate murder"
A 17-year-old male high school student who was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a teacher was cut with a knife at a junior high school in Toda City, Saitama Prefecture on the 1st, made a statement to the effect that he was interested in indiscriminate murder. I learned from interviews with investigators that this was the case. He also said that he definitely targeted the time when the school was open, and the police are investigating the details.
[Video] Kyoto Uji Byodo-in Temple Founded by Fujiwara no Yorimichi "Kanpaku Memorial"
At Byodo-in Temple, a world heritage site in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture, the annual memorial service "Kanpaku Memorial Service" was held to commemorate Fujiwara Yorimichi, who founded the temple in the Heian period.
Ryuho Okawa, president of Happy Science, dies at 66
Ryuho Okawa, president of the religious corporation Happy Science, passed away on the 2nd. he was 66 years old.
Conveyor-belt sushi shop "AI-equipped camera" automatically detects nuisance
A major conveyor belt sushi chain has developed a new system to prevent nuisances after a video of a customer harassing a conveyor belt sushi restaurant was circulated on social media. A camera equipped with AI (artificial intelligence) automatically detects and reports any abnormalities in the lane where sushi flows.
Nagoya District Court sentenced defendant to death in 80s murder trial
Six years ago, in a redo lay judge trial for a 48-year-old defendant who was accused of murdering a couple in their 80s and stealing their wallet in Nagoya, the first trial's life imprisonment sentence was revoked. , admitted that there was a robbery purpose, and sentenced him to death as requested.
“Kumamon” fan club established “So that people will still love us 100 years from now”
Kumamoto Prefecture established a fan club to make Kumamon a character that will be loved 100 years from now.
52-year-old Tuong to become Vietnam's new president
An extraordinary parliamentary session was held in Vietnam on the 2nd, and Vo Van Thuong, Executive Director of the Communist Party's Secretariat, was elected as the new president, who is constitutionally positioned as the head of state and second only to the party general secretary. .
TikTok for under 18 years old To introduce new features Limit usage time to 60 minutes a day
TikTok, a video-sharing app run by a Chinese company, has announced that it will introduce a new feature that will allow users under the age of 18 to limit their time on the app to 60 minutes per day.
Psychiatric hospital where nurse was arrested Volunteers request Tokyo to support discharge from hospital
At a psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo, a nurse was arrested on suspicion of assaulting an inpatient. On the 2nd, I submitted a request to the capital to promote discharge support.
NASA Announces Results of Asteroid Collision Experiment “For Technology to Protect the Earth in the Future”
Last year, NASA = the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration conducted an experiment to make a probe collide with an asteroid far from the earth and check whether the orbit could be changed, and detailed analysis results before and after the collision were published. We have shown that it can be a technology that protects the earth in the future."
North Korea Kim General Secretary Emphasizes Improvement of Food Situation “To be resolved within a few years”
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made a speech at the General Assembly of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and reiterated his commitment to improving the food situation. The general meeting has been held with unusual frequency since the end of last year, and there is a view that it is intended to show consideration for public sentiment while it is pointed out that the food situation is deteriorating.
Overseas investment fraud case 8 people including company president re-arrested Hundreds of millions of yen in cash seized
Eight people, including the president of a consulting firm in Tokyo, who were arrested for defrauding them of investing in overseas funds, have been re-arrested on suspicion of fraud. The Metropolitan Police Department has seized several hundred million yen in cash from the company's office, etc., and is investigating the detailed flow of money.
Last year, more than twice as many people died in bicycle riding accidents without helmets
Regarding bicycle helmets, which will be obligatory to wear from next month, the National Police Agency investigated bicycle-related accidents that occurred last year, and among those who died while riding, those who did not wear a helmet. It turned out that the percentage of people who wore it was more than twice as much.
Helicopter entrusted by NHK Damaged at landing at Okayama Airport 3 people on board No injuries
Around 10:40 am on the 2nd, when a helicopter operated by NHK tried to land for refueling at Okayama Airport in Okayama Prefecture, part of the aircraft was damaged. There were three people on board the helicopter, the captain, a mechanic, and an NHK cameraman, but they were not injured. The runway was not closed and there was no impact on airport operations.
Saitama junior high school teacher slashed Arrested high school student Moved by bicycle
A 17-year-old male high school student who was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a teacher was cut with a knife at a junior high school in Toda City, Saitama Prefecture on March 1 is believed to have been riding a bicycle to the scene. was learned from interviews with investigators. He was also known to have multiple weapons, and police are investigating how he broke into the middle school.
Osaka reverse run 2 people fatal accident "sneezing is faint" Consciousness disorder?
A 71-year-old suspect who was arrested for an accident in which two elderly women were killed when a passenger car driving in the wrong direction on a national highway crashed into the outer wall of a hospital in Ikuno Ward, Osaka on the 1st, said, "I sneezed in front of the scene and immediately I was fainted," he said. Furthermore, there was no movement to avoid the collision, so the police are investigating in detail assuming that there is a possibility that consciousness disorder has occurred.
`` Prohibition order '' for stalking behavior increased for 6 consecutive years, the highest ever National Police Agency
Last year, police received more than 19,000 consultations about stalkers nationwide, and about 1,700 "prohibition orders" prohibiting acts such as stalking, the highest number ever, according to the National Police Agency. I understand
Sendai High Public Prosecutor's Office appeals to the Supreme Court for two people in Fukushima who were hit and killed
In the trial of a 53-year-old defendant accused of deliberately hitting and killing two unrelated men and women with a truck in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture, the second trial last month canceled the first trial's death sentence and sentenced him to life imprisonment. Regarding the sentence, the Sendai High Public Prosecutors Office filed an appeal to the Supreme Court by the 2nd as dissatisfied with the judgment.
President Zelensky: “Winter is over, preparations are underway for the next season”
Russian forces are stepping up their offensive to seize control of eastern Ukraine. On the other hand, the Ukrainian side has announced a stance of strengthening its reversal offensive to recapture its territory, and President Zelensky has indicated that he will focus on securing infrastructure such as energy in anticipation of a prolonged battle.
US House Foreign Relations Committee Passes TikTok Ban Bill
The Foreign Affairs Committee of the US House of Representatives has passed a bill to ban the use of the video sharing app TikTok operated by a Chinese company in the country. It is unclear whether the bill will be enacted in the future, but if the use is prohibited, there is a possibility that more than 100 million users will be affected, and there is growing interest in future deliberations.
U.S. Spokesperson “Maintaining Dialogue between the Two Countries Even After China’s Personnel Reshuffle”
Ordinary profits of domestic companies decreased by 2.8% year-on-year from October to December last year
According to the Ministry of Finance's corporate statistics survey, the total ordinary profit of domestic companies from October to December last year was down 2.8% from the same period the previous year. Among them, the manufacturing industry decreased by 15.7% and the non-manufacturing industry increased by 5.2%. Business fixed investment also increased by 7.7% over the same period last year.
Koichi Wakata "I'm envious of the two selected people who have the opportunity to explore the moon."
Astronaut Koichi Wakata, who is staying on the International Space Station, attended a press conference from space, and asked the two Japanese astronaut candidates who were newly selected in the selection test, "I'm looking forward to exploring the frontiers of space. I look forward to your contribution," he sent an email.
The Ukrainian side has strengthened its reversal offensive that “withstood the winter invasion”
While the Russian military is stepping up its attacks with the aim of seizing control of eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian side emphasizes that it has withstood the winter invasion, and in March, it has announced a stance of strengthening its counteroffensive to recapture its territory.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 2nd)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on the developments surrounding the situation in Ukraine on the 2nd (Japan time), such as the battle situation and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a 7-hour time difference between Japan and Ukraine, and a 6-hour time difference with Moscow, Russia.)
38 killed in head-on Greek train crash, transport minister resigns
In Greece, 38 people have been confirmed dead in an accident in which a train carrying passengers collided with a freight train, and the minister in charge has resigned.
"Your house is being targeted" Anxious phone calls one after another, that voice
Since the occurrence of a series of wide-area robberies, there have been a series of phone calls stating that "your house is being targeted." Did. The police see it as part of a special fraud and are calling for vigilance.
"White Line Flow" Graduates wear masks at their own discretion
While the idea of relaxing the wearing of masks at the graduation ceremony was shown, at Hita High School in Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture, graduates wore masks at their own discretion to perform the traditional "white line sink".
Osaka reverse run 2 people fatal accident No brake marks from about 60 meters
In Ikuno Ward, Osaka, on the 1st, it was found that there were no brake marks from at least about 60 meters in front of an accident in which a passenger car that ran in the opposite direction crashed into the outer wall of a hospital and killed two elderly women. The police are investigating the driving situation at the time of the accident in detail by analyzing the video of the nearby security camera.
Saitama Junior High School Slash Possession of Multiple Weapons Implicit in Cat Incident
A 17-year-old male high school student who was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a teacher was stabbed with a knife at a junior high school in Toda City, Saitama Prefecture on the 1st, was found to be in possession of multiple weapons, according to investigative sources. I found out from the interview. In response to the investigation, the police are investigating the motive and the circumstances leading up to the incident, saying, "I wanted to kill anyone."